NEW HaulerBiner Compact Rescue Kit- AVAILABLE NOW!

September 26th 2016

NEW HaulerBiner Compact Rescue Kit- AVAILABLE NOW!

Extensive market research over the last few years led us to believe that most of the compact pulley systems on the market had failings.  After a long development and consultation period, we believe that the HaulerBiner addresses all of those failings. Prototype samples have been extensively trialled throughout the Rope Access, Tower Climbing and Industrial Rescue sectors and feedback incorporated into the design. It was essential that the HaulerBiner be lightweight, compact, efficient, simple to use/deploy, be fully rated for lifting people and of course be competitive with other systems.

The HaulerBiner is a mechanical advantage system, which has three pulley wheels incorporated into each Karabiner, creating a compact and lightweight 6:1 or 7:1 Mechanical Advantage system.  The HaulerBiner has a purpose designed progress capture cam, with an ‘on/off’ position. 

The HaulerBiner utilises purpose-developed 6mm (1/4") diameter rope, for strength and easy handling/best grip. 

The HaulerBiner can be used in a number of ways:

As part of a pick-off system

On a structure, pull down on the system and achieve a 6:1 (theoretical) Mechanical Advantage

When suspended in a harness, the user can pull up on the system and achieve a 7:1(theoretical) Mechanical Advantage

With a D4/D2 Descender, as part of a short-haul/long-lower system

As a tensioning system for short/low load lines

As a stretcher management device, using two or more HaulerBiners to easily change or adjust the orientation of the stretcher

The HaulerBiner is supplied in a double pocket pouch, for easy deployment and storage on the user’s harness.

The HaulerBiner is available in three standard lengths:

HB105: 105cm (3'7")

HB165: 165cm (5'5")

HB300: 300cm (9'10")

Bespoke lengths available on request.

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